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Naturescaping – Free Gardening Workshop

Thursday, May 16, 2019

7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Vic Johnston Community Centre , Mississauga (View Map)


Find inspiration and start planning your spring garden projects with Melanie Kramer from Credit Valley Conservation. Discover which native plants thrive in urban spaces, how they can add colour and beauty to your yard, and how to attract butterflies, birds or bees to your garden.

We’ll provide you with basic knowledge and resources to start enhancing your landscape with native plant gardening. Local attendees can also sign up to receive a free native tree or shrub that we will deliver to your home and help you plant.

Melanie Kramer is the Senior Coordinator of Sustainable Home Landscapes at Credit Valley Conservation where she draws upon her expertise in landscape architecture and her passion for native plant gardening to help urban homeowners create beautiful, more sustainable landscapes.

Contact: Melanie Kramer at 905-617-1615 ext. 452 or

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